​Navy's last-second field goal attempt was OH. SO. CLOSE.


After Army picked up a last-second victory last season to end a 14-game losing streak against Navy, they've now won back-to-back games.


Lincoln Financial Field was covered in snow from the opening kick, and these teams delivered a bit of throwback football you only see in movies.

That's just brutal. 


A total of three passes were thrown total in this game, which surprisingly was probably over the amount expect, especially considering the weather.


As they have all year, these two bowl-bound programs dominated on the ground. Army rushed for 221 yards, while Navy actually out-gained their rival counterparts at 294. 250 of those yards for Navy came from sophomore Malcolm Perry, who quickly distinguished himself as the premiere back in the Midshipmen backfield.


Army, per usual, was led by Ahmad Bradshaw. After his heroics last year led to a narrow victory to end a humiliating streak for the Black Knights, his numbers this season (while less impressive) were instrumental in the victory.